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Recommended Wording for Closing Software Recommendation Questions After giving this some thought, I came up with this suggestion for the new wording: Questions seeking software recommendations are off-topic here, but may be asked on Software Recommendations if they meet the guidelines defined by that site's Help Center. For your question to be on-topic ...


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SE Sites Have Community-Developed Norms and Values Part of your issue is that you aren't understanding that that PMSE (like most SE sites) has both a community culture and a set of norms that have evolved over time. As much as we can, we document these in the help section, but like any social group some of these things are simply "tribal knowledge" ...


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With just slight variations in the working culture (do people get tasks assigned, or do they pull from a backlog), the scope of the work considered when writing the answer and the expertise of the involved people, I would be able to write two completely valid and opposing answers. And only if you had a preconceived notion of what answer you want to hear ...


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It's true that many of the questions in our site's early days were asked by the architects of Project Management SE, the people who weren't quite sure what it was or what it was to become. As a result, many of these questions are still sitting around. One notable answer on this question is this one, answered by a user who made the question a topic in a blog ...


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